Randy Walsh is an author and pilot who argues that the Saturn V rocket was too unstable to send astronauts to the moon, and that NASA ended up faking the Apollo Missions. (Which is also what Bart Sibrel says in his documentaries and books.)
Randy’s insight is well researched and his book has nearly five stars at Amazon.
Russian scientist Stanislav Pokrovsky carried out a series of rocket speed estimates and reached the conclusion that the Apollo 11 mission could not have flown to the Moon.
In his first study, he concluded that the velocity achieved by the Apollo 11 Saturn V was significantly lower than that required to satisfy the stated flight plan to propel the mission to the surface of the moon.
His second study concluded that no more than 28 tons, including the Apollo 11 craft, could have been placed into lunar orbit. Which is way less than the 46 tons claimed by NASA.
Take a listen to my conversation with Randy.
This is a good video to watch in your spare time.
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